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MUS 237 | Jazz and Popular Music Theory II | Course Hub

MUS 237 | Jazz and Popular Music Theory II | Course Hub

The second level of jazz and popular music theory, MUS237 continues the harmonic and voice-leading syntax of Western popular music. Although emphasis is given to North American and European popular music genres from the 1950s to the present, a wide variety of global practices will be considered, as well as the application of theoretical knowledge to composing and analysis. Prerequisite: MUS 137 or departmental approval As you clone this course profile and site, which will require you to choose your new title and url, you can use the help doc “steps to clone a course” for assistance, found at: https://openlab.bmcc.cuny.edu/help/

MUS 180 | Guitar Class I | MUS 190 | Guitar Class II | Course Hub

MUS 180 | Guitar Class I | MUS 190 | Guitar Class II | Course Hub

This course is open to all students and is a two-semester sequence in guitar playing. Students will learn guitar repertoire in a variety of styles, including modern chordal accompaniments for simple popular, rock and jazz songs. Fundamentals such as tuning the instrument, open position chords, technique (finger style and plectrum), theory and notation (music notation and tabulature), alternate tunings, and basic aural recognition (scales and chords) will also be covered.

MUS 137 | Jazz and Popular Music Theory I | Course Hub

MUS 137 | Jazz and Popular Music Theory I | Course Hub

The first level of jazz and popular music theory. MUS 137 introduces the harmonic and voice-leading syntax of Western popular music. Although emphasis is given to North American and European popular music genres from the 1950s to the present, a wide variety of global practices will be considered, as well as the application of theoretical knowledge to composing and analysis. Prerequisite: MUS 117 or departmental approval As you clone this course profile and site, which will require you to choose your new title and url, you can use the help doc “steps to clone a course” for assistance, found at: https://openlab.bmcc.cuny.edu/help/

MUS 114 | Music Business | Course Hub

MUS 114 | Music Business | Course Hub

MUS114 is an introduction to the modem-day music industry. The course explores aspects of the music business including: branding, marketing and publicity, social networks, music licensing, publishing, copyright, royalties, and performing rights associations, philanthropic organizations and grant writing, electronic press kit creation, crowd funding, the online subscription models, music in film, TV and games, and job searching strategies, all as it relates to current industry trends. This template may be cloned by faculty who have been designated as course hub creators, and then filled in with materials and information by the faculty member. As you clone this course profile and site, which will require you to choose your new title and url, you can use the help doc “steps to clone a course” for assistance, found at: https://openlab.bmcc.cuny.edu/help/

Communities

Summer 2022 Anti-racist Pedagogy Seminar: Transforming the Classroom

Summer 2022 Anti-racist Pedagogy Seminar: Transforming the Classroom

The Anti-racist Pedagogy Project is committed to increasing faculty and staff knowledge and awareness of the issues of overt, systemic and institutional racism, implicit bias and microaggressions and supporting the awareness and implementation of anti-racist pedagogical practices across disciplines at BMCC.

M&A Faculty and Staff for Distance Learning

M&A Faculty and Staff for Distance Learning

This project is for planning and organizing of the Music and Art Department during the distance learning period. It is an internal community and has information and resources for the faculty and staff. Please request to join if you teach in or work in the department.

Projects

Jazz and Popular Music Theory | Test

Jazz and Popular Music Theory | Test

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